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Many cultures around the world honor departed ancestors with holidays each year. Some feature altars. Some burn incense. But feasting is the common thread

It's not by chance that October is National Doughnut Month. A fat circle of fresh-fried dough is a lot more appealing when the air

Halloween is observed in countries around the world, but probably no one celebrates it with the gusto that the U.S. does: the gallows pranks;

In our house, asking for cherry pie means one thing: sour cherry pie. Just as there are "eating apples" and "cooking apples" that differ

The invention of the s'more was a landmark in American culinary history, comparable to the equally simple and classic root beer float. Neither s'mores

Is there any more American a dish than fried chicken? Each succeeding wave of immigrants has brought it in some shape or form, and